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Del McCoury Band Live at Old Settler's Music Festival on 2003-04-19

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Del McCoury Band Live at Old Settler's Music Festival on 2003-04-19


Topics Live concert


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2.Hillcrest Drive
3.Another Place,Another TIme
4.Just Because
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10.Rain Please Go Away
11.My Love Will Not Change
12.Workin' On A Building
13.It's Just The Night
14.The 1952 Vincent Black Lightning
15.High On The Mountain
16.
17.You're Gone But Not Forgotten
18.City Of Stone
19.Evangilina
20.The Cold Hard Facts
21.


Collection DelMcCouryBand
Band/Artist Del McCoury Band
Venue Old Settler's Music Festival
Location Austin,TX

Source SBD->R500
Lineage DA-20 -> Audiophile 2496 ->Soundforge 6.0 ->CDWAV->Flacfrontend->flac
Taped by ??
Transferred by Jay Morris

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Reviewer: thelegroom - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - April 8, 2008
Subject: Echoes From Below
Thanx Jay for getting this out. Great recording, nice setlist with a few tunes I have not heard before. A welcome addition to your collection. Peace
Reviewer: talkingdeads - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - May 17, 2007
Subject: agreed
Gotta hand it to these fellers. They really rock it well. Another band you guys may or may not know of is the Seldom Scene. They are real good also (I love YMSB too but SS is crazy good).
Reviewer: Sluggo714 - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - December 13, 2006
Subject: It's a must have show
Holy crap do these guys know the grass!

Simply amazing- the best bluegrass recording I've heard on the Archive (sorry YMSB)

Get it
Reviewer: jazzaero - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - July 23, 2006
Subject: A must download!
This sounds great. Clear sound and great quality. Wish I could have been there! Well worth the download.
Reviewer: Brandon65 - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - June 21, 2006
Subject: very nice
top notch show and setlist. the sound quality is excellent. great show and definately worth the d/l..
Reviewer: Kirk Andrew - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - January 26, 2005
Subject: A Great Festival Show
I was at this performance and the recording is as great as the show was. The crowd was very excited as you should be able to hear. The band dresses in sharp looking suits but they bring a real feel for gritty American music. A thick mist surrounded the festival and added a mystical feel to the music.
Reviewer: 5string - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - July 9, 2004
Subject: Del in top form! Great sound quality!
Very clear sound. Needs no equalization. Perfect SBD!
Learning the Blues is an old Frank Sinatra number. Del actually forgets the words to Nashville cats. (I guess he lost track of how many guitar pickers there are) Then he gets so high on Workin' on a Building you'd think they did something unmentionable to him! It's almost like the Big Mon himself. Ronnie plays amazing break on Rawhide.
Definitely a 1st class show that you need in your collection.
Reviewer: DonnaInVA - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - June 24, 2004
Subject: Excellent show! Excellent sound quality!
I can't say enough about this band! They are simply the greatest. This show has some of the bands 'old standards' such as "Travelin Tear Drop Blues", "Just Because", etc. as well as some of the material from their latest CD such as "Hillcrest Drive", "My Love Will Not Change"(which Ronnie does with the mandolin instead of the mandola!), "IJTN". I especially enjoyed hearing "Rain Please Go Away" as I had never heard Del sing this one in a show before. It is always a pleasure to listen to Del because he always has something to say--listen to the "Nashville Cats". ;)

The quality was superb! I agree with the other reviewer-who ever taped this knew what to do! My compliments! I downloaded the 64Kbps mp3 as I am on dialup.

I will definitely be sharing this one with my fellow Delheads!

Here is the setlist with the missing songs filled in:
1. Travelin' Teardrop Blues
2. Count Me Out
3. Hillcrest Drive
4. Another Place, Another Time
5. Just Because
6. Learnin' The Blues
7. Shuckin the Corn
8. Nashville Cats
9. Lee Highway Blues
10. Rain Please Go Away
11. My Love Will Not Change
12. Workin' On A Buildin'
13. It's Just The Night
14. 1952 Vincent Black Lightning
15. High On The Mountain
16. Blackjack County Chains
17. Gone But Not Forgotten
18. City Of Stone
19. Evangelina
20. Cold Hard Facts
21. Rawhide
Reviewer: richard.alan - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - April 19, 2004
Subject: Awesome recorded sound. Great performance.
I downloaded the Hi-Fi MP3s. The sound quality is outstanding. Whoever made this knows what they are doing. The band's performance is great, as to be expected from this incredible band. The concert is barely over 78 minutes, so it fits nicely onto a single CD. I think the band must have been touring to promote their upcoming (at the time) album, "It's Just The Night," as Del makes several references to it. But most of the songs don't actually come from that album. More than any other album, the songs come from "Del & The Boys," an album far superior IMHO to "It's Just The Night." They also do songs from "The Family" and other albums, including at least one song from Del's days with his former band Dixie Pals. There is a song from Ronnie McCoury's solo album and one from Ronnie and Rob's duet album. Covers include Bill Monroe, Willie Nelson, and Lovin' Spoonful. All in all, a great mix of songs, including instrumentals along with songs sung by Del, Ronnie, and even one sung by the bass player, Mike Bub.

Here is my own setlist, which differs from the one given above:

1. Travelin' Teardrop Blues
2. Count Me Out
3. Hillcrest Drive
4. Another Place, Another Time
5. Just Because
6. Learnin' The Blues
7. ? (Instrumental)
8. Nashville Cats
9. ? (Instrumental)
10. Rain Please Go Away
11. My Love Will Not Change
12. Workin' On A Buildin'
13. It's Just The Night
14. 1952 Vincent Black Lightning
15. High On The Mountain
16. Blackjack County Chains
17. Gone But Not Forgotten
18. City Of Stone
19. Evangelina
20. Cold Hard Facts
21. ? (Instrumental; one of Bill Monroe's?)
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